For special events inquiries:

Craig S. Cahan, Director of Special Events

craig@epiphanyfarms.com | (309)533-2700

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For Sponsorships and Donation inquiries:

Please fill out our online form below


for reservations:

Please contact each restaurant directly at: 

Epiphany Farms Restaurant: (309) 828-2323

Anju Above: (309) 828-8704

Old Bank Restaurant & Bar: (309) 468-0112


For Human Resources, Marketing, and general inquiries:

Epiphany Farms Hospitality Group Office

9591 North 1540 East Road, Bloomington, il 61705

(309) 556-0097 | contact@epiphanyfarms.com


 

Old Bank Restaurant & Bar

201 E. Center Street, leroy, il 61752

(309) 468-0112

 contact@oldbankrestaurant.com


 

Epiphany Farms Restaurant & 
Anju Above

220 E. FRONT STreet, BLOOMINGTON, IL 61701

EFR: (309) 828-2323 & Anju: (309) 828-8704

 


 The restaurant is located in the heart of Historic Downtown Bloomington, in what was once Central Fire Station.  In 1900 a laundromat caught fire, which quickly spread throughout the city. The Great Fire of 1900 caused significant damage, destroying 45 buildings, and completely transforming Downtown Bloomington. In response Central Fire Station was constructed in 1902 to protect and serve the city as its main fire station until 1974.  After sitting vacant for a couple of years, the building was remodeled as a restaurant. Its design was basically as it is today: the engine stalls are now the main dining room, the horses were kept in what is now our kitchen, and the firemen's quarters were remodeled into banquet rooms and Anju Above. In the past few decades the restaurant has continued to improve with all new woodwork, updated interior designs and an ever-improving menu. 

The restaurant is located in the heart of Historic Downtown Bloomington, in what was once Central Fire Station.

In 1900 a laundromat caught fire, which quickly spread throughout the city. The Great Fire of 1900 caused significant damage, destroying 45 buildings, and completely transforming Downtown Bloomington. In response Central Fire Station was constructed in 1902 to protect and serve the city as its main fire station until 1974.

After sitting vacant for a couple of years, the building was remodeled as a restaurant. Its design was basically as it is today: the engine stalls are now the main dining room, the horses were kept in what is now our kitchen, and the firemen's quarters were remodeled into banquet rooms and Anju Above. In the past few decades the restaurant has continued to improve with all new woodwork, updated interior designs and an ever-improving menu.